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Heading to Florida on Saturday for two weeks - rain, rain go away!

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Hello all, we are heading to Orlando this Saturday for two weeks - two adults and one 3 year old. My wife is in a panic about the 10 day forecast. I've told her not to look at internet forecasts. However it shows clouds and rain for most days. I have tried to tell her that this would mean that afternoon thundershowers are forecast and not continual rain all day every day.
I'm correct, right? 30/40/50% rain mostly means afternoon thunder showers. Any thoughts are welcome :)

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